Dallas Authorities Urge Resolving Animal-related Citations Before Warrant Roundup Saturday

The Dallas Marshal’s Office and Dallas Animal Services are urging residents with outstanding animal-related warrants to resolve them before a warrant roundup starts Saturday.The two offices will partner to begin focused enforcement of animal-related warrants, including violations for tethering animals or loose animals.”We have more than 10,000 active warrants for animal-related cases,” Interim City Marshal Paul Hansen told WFAA-TV (Channel 8).Animal-related offenses include failing to surrender animals for quarantine.  Continue reading...

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